Mongolian chicken didn't taste right
Great people. I had to call and delay my order because an emergency came up. Amazing service.
Extra Rice was missing
Moo goo gai pan was flavorless
Called as soon as realized one of the entrees was missing only to be told manager has to handle since order online. When I asked about the missing food just said manager would call. So I now have hungry people and no resolution.
Missed our generals chicken and 2 rice.
Very fast service and great food!
Very fast delivery and all of my food was hot! All the food was very good, will definitely order again!
Very good and fast delivery. I order our food and it was delivered less than a half hour.
Never have had a prob l.j rm with them. Food is awesome.
Have ordered from here many times always fast and food has been excellent.
The crab Rangoon was good, but most of the food was re-dropped even though I asked for fresh. Edible, but not the best around. They deliver for lunch, though.
Always a pleasant experience and great food.
Usually the foods really good was disappointed today 😥
You only get fresh food if you ask for it. No onion means mostly no, most of the time. We often receive food that tastes like it was pulled from a buffet. 6/10 for nice and prompt employees, mostly accurate orders
Ordered food and an hour later still hadnt arrived. Called and they said they tried to deliver but couldn't get in sorry cause they didnt read my instructions
Horrific! We were ignored, hung up on, lied to, and threatened!
Can't go wrong here.
Took an hour and arrived cold!
Hot, fast and fresh
Everything was so good. I am usually very picky about my chinese food but everything we ordered was really good. Great prices. Great food. Fast delivery. I couldn't have asked for more!
The rice was the yellow and gross kind and they charged me an extra $1 for vegetable mei fun with no veggies and one egg. Probably won’t order here again.
I'm on a quest, to find a Chinese food place in the Quad Cities, that makes a decent almond chicken, sesame chicken, crab rangoon and fried wonton, These are staples I'll eat multiple times a month, and I get frustrated that they're so often hard to find made properly. I had a place I was getting all three from, but they recently tried to short-change me in a way that makes me unwilling to patronize me again. So, as for Great Wall, this restaurant came fairly close on the crab rangoon, but that's it. It had almost no crab flavor, and the wraps weren't folded but pinched in a way that means the tips of of the wraps are overly crunchy. But the amount of filling wasn't too skimpy, and they were decently flavorful. The fried wontons however, were folded in the round napkin ring style, to disguise that they had so little meat in them that you couldn't even taste it. And they were actually harder to bite into than the rangoon. The almost chicken isn't almond chicken - it's chicken soup with almonds on top. I ordered it no-veggie deliberately, as I do not like chutes, water chestnuts or any other stuff they tend to put on almond chicken. But the important part of what makes almond chicken is the chicken, the almonds and the SAUCE. A sauce that's made with, in addition to other ingredients, soy sauce. That's what gives it a savory flavor. This came in a basic chicken broth with no specific flavor to it at all; i.e. chicken soup. The sesame chicken was, as is frustratingly common, covered in some kind of red sauce that is neither savory nor sweet. Typically, sesame chicken is a good sweet/savory blended dish, because the sauce is made with brown sugar, honey and soy. This is made with some weird, and overly citrus, red sauce. And there was WAY more breading in the bowl than there was chicken. Some hunks were entirely breading, without a sign of any chicken in it. Their red sauce for dipping isn't bad, but it came in two containers, neither of which was even half-full. I guess they assume two entrees means two people eating who might not want to share their red sauce containers - rather than one who wants a mix of entrees and leftovers. And that's fine, but if you're going to do this, use the small clear plastic cups instead of the larger foam ones. It's less wasteful, and the plastic ones are at least recyclable. So, my quest continues, because nothing at this location came close to what I wanted.
Awesome as always, the Pepper Steak with tomatoes is my favorite dish from Great Wall! Love it!!!
Everything was great
Best chinese in the area.. everything is always delicious
Arrived quickly and hot.
As always the food was good, prices are reasonable, and delivery is always within 30 minutes to my house
Great food at reasonable prices! One of our favorite restaurants in the area!
Very good, as always. We passed several convenient Chinese spots to hit GW!
Food was good, but the only small complaint we have is that when the food was delivered, it smelled like the delivery person was smoking in their car. So the bag smelled of smoke.
Best Chinese food in Davenport
Food was great
Very fresh excellent food
Fast service as always. Hot food. Great food. Definitely will order again.
Food was good. But the address got mixed up somehow, even though I typed it in and checked it. So our food took an extra 20 minutes and we were charged double delivery fee on top of it. Not happy about that.
Our food was fresh and delicious. Delivery service was fantastic. Online ordering was easy. We will order again. Thank you,
Delicious and fast.
Chicken Lo Mein wasn't as good. Egg Drop Soup Didn't like that at all. Both tasted kind of Plain.
very efficient and delicious
Great Service and Food is Awesome!!!!
Everything was good however the Mei Fun seemed overly salty to me. =
Food is almost always right on and tasty. Always warm, and Always delivered quickly. This is a regular deal for us.
Food was great!!! However soup was missing.
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